Video: Michigan's Glenn Robinson III tweets that he didn't punch Indiana's Jordan Hulls on purpose
But that wasn't the only stir, apparently.
An Indiana blog titled btownbanners.com highlighted a video clip Monday morning where Michigan freshman Glenn Robinson III appeared to punch Indiana guard Jordan Hulls during the second half of Saturday's game after a Michigan made basket.
After Tim Hardaway Jr. hit a 3-pointer with less than four minutes to go in the game, Robinson appeared to get his arm tangled with Indiana's Christian Watford while positioning himself for a rebound.
Robinson then pulled his left arm away from Watford's, and his hand hit Hulls -- who was running behind Robinson, out of sight -- in the face.
Hulls appeared staggered after the play, but did not leave the game. No foul was called.
Robinson took to Twitter on Monday afternoon to clear up the play, claiming he in no way intended to punch Hulls in the face.
"Just want to make it CLEAR that i did not purposely punch Hulls in the face, my arm was pushed causing the incident," he tweeted.
Former Indiana player and current ESPN analyst Dan Dakich also chimed in on Twitter, writing: "Just saw Robinson's punch of Jordan Hulls..has to be suspended."
Sporting News writer Mike DeCourcy took another path, tweeting: "How much of that is Watford pushing Robinson's arm? Not as simple as it looks."
Michigan has not made a statement on the issue, and it is presently unclear if the Big Ten has reviewed the play.
Below: Video highlights of the game. The play in question takes place at the 3:40 mark.
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